Music Under Lockdown

The year 2020’s Coronavirus (Covid-19) pandemic has decimated the entertainment and hospitality industry. However, over this period of time there have been some inspirational and novel ways that musicians have been able to continue entertaining us. This news feed focuses on the new and interesting things that are being done in the name of Classical Music. And if you are a musician or agent that wants to promote something that fits into this broad definition – please contact us.

Sibelius in the park
A group of musicians from London orchestras and West End pit players have been gathering together in Greenwich Park over the past couple of months. Why? To do what they...
COVENT GARDEN LAUNCHES OUTDOOR “CINEMA ON THE PIAZZA”
Covent Garden, the Royal Opera House and Luna Cinemas have partnered to offer London’s only free open air cinema on Covent Garden’s Piazza ●      From Friday 11th – Sunday 13th September, a three...
Following rave reviews, leading early music group The Telling will re-release their “austerely beautiful” concert/play Vision about Hildegard at 5pm today for 52 hours only, as part of their #HomeTour series. The Telling launched their #HomeTour series...
Proms Publicity 2020: With 485 musicians taking part over 16 concerts across 2 weeks we hope you will join us for a fortnight of extraordinary music making. While we can’t be together in person this year,...
Technology allows large-scale musical collaboration across multiple venues whilst ensuring social distancing Highlights of the online Autumn 2020 events season in the School’s 140th anniversary year include: Significant installation of...
Philadelphia has a particular penchant for performing arts, with the city’s neighbourhoods showcasing some of the world’s most famous musicians, as well as being home to a vast array of classical...
In light of the recent speculation about the Last Night of the Proms, we are today announcing the programme for the concert. We very much regret the unjustified personal attacks...
On Thursday 22 October 2020, the Orchestra of the Age of Enlightenment (OAE) launches a digital platform, OAE Player, which will feature over thirty new and visually stunning music performance videos including a...
The musicians of the English Symphony Orchestra (ESO) gathered for the first time since lockdown at Wyastone Concert Hall near Monmouth in July, for a series of innovative projects. Working in close...
Inspired by the Barbican’s international arts programme, a curated mix of podcasts, playlists, films, videos, talks and articles enables audiences to continue to enjoy the Centre’s rich and varied programme....
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